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Professional Development Workshop for Teachers

2016 EdTechNJ Conference for New Jersey Educators

John Adams Middle School

1081 New Dover Road
Edison, NJ 08820

Lumos Learning will be conducting a professional development workshop at John Adams Middle School this June 4th as a part of EdTechNJ Event.

Session Title: Get A Free Teacher Tool with Great Learning Resources to Assess, Diagnose, and Intervene

Session C

Room #112

Presenter: George Smith

Date: Saturday, June 4, 2016

Time: 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

What is EdTechNJ?

A FREE conference whose focus is to promote 21st Century learning through the meaningful and intentional integration of technology into the classroom.

Attendees of the event will have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of master teachers. It provides a great platform to share best practices, participate in instructional breakout sessions, and network with some of the finest educators from the Garden State!

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Workshop Details

Lumos StepUp is a unique eLearning program that empowers educators to diagnose student difficulties, create and assign resources to transform classrooms. It helps you extend your classroom training and improve student achievement on the new standardized assessments.

Attend this session to get your teacher account along with tips and tricks to easily implement the program for your classroom.

In this workshop you will learn to;

  • Administer Student accounts
  • Discover standards aligned classroom resources
  • Collaborate with students through stickies
  • Analyze and use the student performance data
  • Supplement instruction through educational videos and apps

To get the most out of this session, we highly recommend that you sign up for a free account before the event.

Author Bio

Presenter Bio

George Smith, a children’s book author and publisher, has been conducting writing workshops at schools since 2004. He is passionate about helping young writers turn their creative story ideas to captivating stories that others would enjoy reading. He has authored two children’s books, a marine life guide book for science teachers and functioned as an editor for several publications. He lives in Lakewood, New Jersey and loves to travel.

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